Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016)

Tobacco is a leading cause of preventable death in Ontario. It is responsible for approximately 13,000 deaths per year. That’s 36 deaths per day.

Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016) provides up-to-date evidence on 56 interventions for reducing tobacco use in Ontario and covers the four pillars of tobacco control: industry, prevention, protection and cessation. It is a report of the Smoke-Free Ontario Scientific Advisory Committee 2016.

Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario in 2016 Report

A video about the Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive tobacco control in Ontario (2016), a report of the best available tobacco control research across the four pillars of tobacco control.

Duration: 2 min

Full Report

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Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016)

Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016) is a rigorous synthesis report of the best available tobacco control research. The report summarizes 56 interventions and assesses their potential contribution to reduce tobacco use and associated burden in Ontario.

Supporting Documents

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Executive Summary

Discover which tobacco control interventions have the greatest potential for reducing tobacco use in Ontario in this downloadable version of the Executive Summary.

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Visual Summary

This one page summary provides a high-level overview of the report and outlines important information to help guide you through the report.

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Webcast

Recording of the webcast to launch the Evidence to Guide Action: Comprehensive Tobacco Control in Ontario (2016) Report.

Updated 21 Feb 2019